The bulbocodium, or Hoop Petticoat daffodil is in culture within living memory. But she never grew out to a really successful in the garden bulb. It just is slightly too cold in the Northern European gardens for the species bulbocodium so they hardly come back the second year after planting. But daffoholics and breeders have done their utmost to improve them. And Oxford Gold from the American breeder Walter Blom is such an improvement. He bred the bulbocodium with a floriferous species jonquilla and the result is turbo bulbocodium. Large flowers with a bright colour that provide your garden or pot with a breath of spring.